Neutrophilic, nitrate-dependent, Fe(II) oxidation by a Dechloromonas species

@article{Chakraborty2013NeutrophilicNF,
  title={Neutrophilic, nitrate-dependent, Fe(II) oxidation by a Dechloromonas species},
  author={Anirban Chakraborty and Flynn W. Picardal},
  journal={World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={617-623}
}
A species of Dechloromonas, strain UWNR4, was isolated from a nitrate-reducing, enrichment culture obtained from Wisconsin River (USA) sediments. This strain was characterized for anaerobic oxidation of both aqueous and chelated Fe(II) coupled to nitrate reduction at circumneutral pH. Dechloromonas sp. UWNR4 was incubated in anoxic batch reactors in a defined medium containing 4.5–5 mM NO3−, 6 mM Fe2+ and 1–1.8 mM acetate. Strain UWNR4 efficiently oxidized Fe2+ with 90 % oxidation of Fe2+ after… CONTINUE READING

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